Did you see that "woke" of a joke CIA recruitment ad video? What did someone who actually served in the CIA think about it? Former CIA operations officer Sam Faddis joined us on the Montana Talks radio show with Aaron Flint.
As luck would have it, I was able to catch up with him while he stopped in Jackson Hole, Wyoming- just before he ventured into Yellowstone National Park. Earlier that same week he climbed Devil's Tower- even though he has never rock climbed before.
First, let's talk about some of the best news out there- the World Famous Miles City Buckin' Horse Sale is a GO this year. We got that important reminder as we were chatting with our friends from the Montana Pro Rodeo Hall & Wall of Fame.
According to a tweet from a liberal book store in Helena, they said three different customers showed up before 1 in the afternoon and said they were going to be leaving the state of Montana due to the politics of Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) and the Montana Republican Party.
We got to hear Jessica Allestad play...and as it turns out- she is about to head to Nashville. She is a very impressive and talented young artist. After hearing her play, we thought- man, we better get her on the radio here in Montana before she takes off for Nashville.
How many of you were one of those kids in the 1980s when movies like Footloose and Dirty Dancing were constantly on TV? I got a kick out of the fact that a bunch of high school kids in Bozeman apparently had to "cut footloose" and head to Big Timber, Montana for the big school dance.
The LA Times on Monday morning reports that you will be able to fly from Burbank, CA to Bozeman, MT for $38 round trip. The rental car? That will cost you over $2,000 for the week. What about Billings? Wait for it...
"I think Montanans know that our country's in peril...it's gonna be a lot of effort to get DC back on track. And, look, I have a track record of getting things done. I don't like the swamp, but I love my country- and the Montana voice needs to be heard."
A pregnant nurse in Great Falls says Benefis Health System should not be allowed to force their employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine. She's just one of hundreds of nurses who have been lobbying the Montana State Legislature to bar employers from forcing their employees to get the vaccine.
Plus, before we dive into the Montana specifics, and what the Governor is hoping to see make it across the finish line in the final days of Montana's legislative session- what did Gov. Greg Gianforte (R-MT) think of President Biden's address to Congress?
We're just getting started. That was the message from Henry Kriegel who is based in Bozeman with Americans for Prosperity- Montana. Kriegel helped promote the "Don't Bust the Filibuster" rally in Billings on Tuesday night
A year ago we spoke with a great, inspirational lady by the name of Doris Ehli. She had already survived COVID-19, and was quarantined inside of the Marias Heritage Center, which had been the hardest hit in the state from the virus at the time. Doris passed away this past weekend, surrounded by fami…
A bill ending seasonal time changes passed the Montana legislature. The bill still needs to be signed by governor. Additionally, the bill would be dependent on a few other neighboring states also making the change.
I was able to tag along with Montana's Congressman Matt Rosendale (R-MT) for a great visit to Horses Spirits Healing just north of Billings. Horses Spirits Healing is a great organization serving veterans, first responders, and their families with therapeutic programs featuring horses.
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) signed multiple pro-life bills into law late Monday, putting this session on track to be one of the most successful legislative sessions in Montana history for the pro-life movement.
We've already confirmed that Mexican drug cartel members are or recently have been in our jails here in Montana. We've also told you that MS-13 operatives, and the big city gangbangers are all moving into Montana. But what about the pill pushers?
The much anticipated House Bill 258 pushing back on any new federal gun bans or gun control laws has officially been signed into law. Montana Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) signed the measure Friday morning, and is already getting national attention.